Disney, Walt Disney World and Universal to launch a new wellness center for the elderly
Disney’s theme parks are poised to open their first new wellness centers for the under-65s in years, according to an insider.
Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park and Universal’s Hollywood Studios theme parks have already announced new wellness programs for older guests, but the Disney parks and Walt Disney Parks & Resorts are the first to begin offering new programs specifically for those over 65.
The Disney parks are expected to open in 2019, while Universal’s Magic and Pixar theme parks will open later in the year.
The new wellness program is the first of its kind in a theme park or resort, according the insider, who was not authorized to speak publicly about the plans.
The theme parks, which are both owned by Walt Disney Co., will open their new centers in early 2019, with the Hollywood Studios offering in 2020.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Universal CEO Michael Lynton told The Next, “We want to get to where people can live out their full life.”
Lynton said the parks and resorts will offer different programs based on age and will provide visitors with personalized personalized services to help them manage their own health.
Universal will offer a health and wellness program for visitors who are under 65 years old, which will include a walk through the park and learn how to manage stress, manage your sleep patterns, and reduce the risks of cardiovascular and other health problems, according a Universal spokeswoman.
Lynton added that the parks will also offer a new program called “Achievement, Connect and Health,” which will offer people a chance to get a personalized quote on a health plan or product or learn how they can use their money to make changes to their life.
While it is not yet clear whether the new programs will be free or for a modest price, Lynton said Universal and Disney are committed to providing a comprehensive plan that offers more personalized care and services.
“We think the way we think about health is a little different,” Lynton continued.
“We are really about making sure you are living your best life and you are going to get the best care possible.
We’re going to work hard to make sure you feel great, and that’s what we’re going for.”
Lyntons comments come after a recent report that the theme parks and the resorts were considering expanding the number of wellness programs offered to the older crowd.
In February, Disney announced that it would open its first new fitness center for adults over 65 in a park in Anaheim, California, and Universal opened its first wellness center in 2019 in Hollywood Studios.
The parks have not yet announced plans to open a new park in 2019 or 2020.
Disney said it will offer its first program at its parks in 2019.
Universal said it is also planning to open an adult wellness center next year in Orlando, Florida.
With the new wellness facilities at the parks, Universal is also making it easier for older Disney and Disney-owned resorts to offer their guests a variety of programs and amenities.
The theme parks already offer a number of activities and experiences to younger guests, including the Disney and Pixar parks.
The new parks will offer “fun and activities” for those age 60 and over, including a new “zoo tour,” and Disney and Universal will offer their own fitness classes and a “zootopia” activity.
A spokesperson for Universal said in an email that “the theme parks that are opening next year will offer various new experiences to older guests that we feel will help them to feel comfortable, calm, and have fun, all while enjoying the parks atmosphere.”